Virtual reality architecture will be “more powerful than cocaine”
Every architect will soon design using 3D goggles, according to designer and visualiser Olivier Demangel, who believes that virtual architecture will be as convincing as the real thing within five years (+ movies).
Demangel, who works for London 3D imaging company IVR NATION, contacted Dezeen to show us a virtual reality model he’d created of a house featured on our website four years ago.
It’s an intriguing concept. Until VR goes mainstream to the point of pretty much everyone having tried it at some point, I think it will remain a curiosity for this particular industry. We’ll see.